Top 10 Genius Travel Hacks You'll Definitely Use

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this video is brought to you by Bob axe the world's best travel jacket with four styles and 15 features including an inflatable neck pillow eye mask and built-in gloves whether you're about to leave on a trip or are just looking for ways to make your life easier we've got you covered welcome to and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 travel hacks before we begin we publish new videos every day so be sure to subscribe for more great content for this list we're looking at some of the best ways you can simplify your next trip number 10 mark your baggage as fragile if you're a worried traveler or if you're traveling with some delicate items you might want to try out this first hack before it catches on for those of us who just can't seem to cram everything into a carry-on all it takes is a simple fragile sticker or tag to make baggage handlers automatically transport your luggage with added care even if there isn't actually anything fragile in your bags you'll have peace of mind knowing that your checked baggage is getting a little extra TLC plus it'll probably be one of the first bags off the plane too number 9 make use of offline mapping where would we be in 2017 without the wonders of Google Maps or other GPS apps if you're planning on venturing off the beaten path but don't want to get lost Google Maps has a nifty feature that'll help any keen explores just enter the phrase okay maps into the app and the magic of Google will save the map currently on screen that means this portion of the map will be available for you to view after you leave Wi-Fi no additional fees required number eight Ziploc bags are your friend everyone knows how much of a lifesaver Ziploc bags can be when it comes to packing lunches for day excursions but these next hacks may make you want to pack a few extra any good picnic of sandwiches and cold beverages requires a few ice packs of course a good replacement for the traditional cold pack is a few frozen sponges which can be put in sandwich bags to keep anything cold and if it starts to rain during your picnic the bags can also act as a great waterproof case for your cellphone number 7 become a space-saving ninja packing a suitcase is a lot like a game of Tetris you need a good sense of spatial awareness to make the most of the minimal room you have in a suitcase of course with a few key tricks you can maximise packing space shoes make for great storage cubbies for small clothing like socks and underwear glasses cases can easily store small table and of course don't forget to roll your clothes instead of folding number 6 keep your earphones in place this next hack essentially kills two birds with one stone wired headphones can often be annoying to deal with they always tangle and if you're doing physical activity they never stay in place of course this can be solved with something that nearly everyone has lying around the house twist ties can be tied around the earbud itself to keep it in place around your ear take this hack to the next level by using the same twist ties to stop your headphones from tangling a two-in-one hack number five protect your odds and ends when you're traveling there's a lot going on and it can be very easy to lose smaller items things like jewelry and toiletries can be hard to keep track of when packing but a few unusual storage containers can solve all of your problems use pill containers to your advantage by putting any loose necklaces or earrings in them protect your razors by fastening them with binder clips and keep any extra bobby pins you have in your old tic-tock containers you'll never lose anything again number 4 pockets are your friend while seeing the world is undoubtedly a blast air travel can be a huge chore carrying multiple bags around an airport is a major inconvenience and surely no one has ever had a good time going through airport security bringing a jacket that has a lot of pocket space will make it easier to get through security and will allow you to have everything you need at hand if you really want to look prepared on your flight consider bringing a spare pin for the customs form and a reusable water bottle in case you get thirsty number three stay fresh to impress if looking good on your trip is a necessity consider these basic hacks to keep your style intact packing formal attire takes more attention since collared shirts are easy to wrinkle using belts to line the colors of button-up shirts both acts as a space saver and will keep those colors nice and crisp also there's no need to throw in a load of laundry when you arrive at your destination just place a dryer sheet in your luggage to keep your clothes smelling fresh number two digitize your docks have those horror stories about vacationers losing their passports and other important documents when traveling abroad got you worried well the 21st century has made it easier than ever to maintain peace of mind while traveling in foreign countries scan any important travel documents that you'll need and keep them handy on all of your devices in case of emergency that way if you ever run into any nasty pickpockets or just misplace something that you desperately need it'll be right there with you on every step of your trip number 1 go incognito here's yet another Travel hack that you should jump on before it catches on if you've been looking for flights or hotels online recently you may have noticed that you've been targeted for related ads when surfing the web a simple switch to private browsing while looking for vacation deals will hide your history from travel companies and as a result it'll stop them from raising prices the next time you're on their site whether this is a conspiracy theory or not it doesn't hurt to go incognito and wouldn't it be worth it to save some money on your next vacation this video is brought to you by Bob axe the world's best travel jacket with four styles and 15 features including an inflatable neck pillow I mask and built-in 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dshawden · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Watch Mojo has now officially jumped the shark

Dan's GoPro Adventures · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

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FlyingHangman · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Actually. When you get a fragile sticker on it, all that happens is it absolves the airline of any liability if your contents are damaged. All (Decent) airlines treat the bags with reasonable handling, but the automated belts are rough, and there is no guarantee that the bag won't move around inside the aircraft, even if it is put inside a baggage can

Mays McMuffin · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Must be Italian!

boeingnz · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

No.9 is the most useful for me.

come on man! · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

As a guy who works as a bag handaler I'd advise not putting a fragile sticker on your bag. Some guys take that as a chalange to break the contents.

Michael McKinley · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Far too long for a Baubax hoodie commercial. trim it down to 30 sec – fix it in post.

Andrew L. · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

For number 6, you could always just get earbuds that fit deeper into your ear instead of those apple ones

PacificBoya · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Unfortunately, the fragile stickers make no difference in the handling of your luggage. I work alongside baggage handlers at our main airport and I can honestly say, it's all the same as tossing boulders in a bin…O_o

bandgeek89 · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

If you don't have fragile things in your bag, what difference does it even make?

coŋejo pestileƞte · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Began watching the video. The fragile stamp… let's just leave this comment, a dislike and move on.

coŋejo pestileƞte · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

LOL! the fragile stamp, you guys are so innocent, an ex pilot from AA told me they don't give 2 f*s about it they throw everything the same way, god, you guys are really stupid.

Craig Connors · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

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lanigirognithemos · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Rolling your cloths instead of folding? Seriously? It's still takes the same amount of space only instead of stocking them vertically you'll have to stock them horizontally. Fucking idiots mojo!

Anthony Smith · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Stickers,? Can’t laugh harder if you paid me

Toby Overfield · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

let me explain with number 10, baggage handlers will kick boxes marked as fragile, for exactly that reason, u just piss them off

Peter O'Brien · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

LMAO… Fragile or not you don't want your suitcase to be the first on the plane… that means it is at the bottom of the hold… with 3 or 4 suitcases placed on top… ie 150 – 250 lbs crushing your fragile suitcase because it was put in first… lol… best advise for your luggage to hold up is to make sure it is full… if that means you have to pack paper DO IT. Because they stack the luggage in the hold most suitcases are not designed to support 150 -250 lbs of weight on their faces.

Shrekha · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

10. this definitely doesn't work, baggage handlers don't really give a fuck if it has a fragile sticker on it or on, they just take the baggage, throw it and than they take another

Winona Murray · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Those jackets are hella expensive

Kazuki Katsuhito · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Perfect timing, cause. I'm going to. My. First. Psx ever in Dec this year, thank you

crlsmason · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

I use incognito mode everyday to search for flights.

Martial Ark · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Just turned into brightside

Arturo Veiga · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

i love this video

auric180 · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Is that the best Google Map can do for offline map nowadays?
A picture of the map? Might as well screen shot it.

Nokia's (pre-Microsoft takeover)
Made "Here" map

It can save the map of a whole country if necessary and have gps access offline. Scroll around and zoom capability 'almost' anything u can do online.

Available on apple products and now renamed "Here we Go"…

Used it in new zealand where everyone in the tour group are trying to save data or don't even know about map apps back then…

two yrs later helped a student new to the UK get around his new environment without wasting data on other map apps.

Gatecrasher257 · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Don’t think you’ll sell many of those coats in Scotland…

Lisa Richmond · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Number 2 – Surely your phone (which you carry 24/7) is much more likely to be stolen than your travel documents (in hotel safe/room)? Then thief has all your documents ready.

Lisa Richmond · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Baubax sounds like bawbag!!! (It's Scottish, google it)

LeftPinkie · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Fragile tags… yeah, right! The baggage handlers are not going to give these bags any special care. If anything they will most likely threat them more roughly just for a cheap laugh.

tayke1plz · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Sweet! Going to New Zealand next month so this is perfect timing.

Michael Cheng · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Rolling your clothing means TSA will open your stuff. Since the scanners have a harder time scanning rolled clothes.

Warren Kent · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Offline mapping is a win

moch50 · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

Too many pockets are the worst through security, people forget they have stuff and set off the metal detector, slowing the process

RoboTurkeyNinja · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

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Gary Beharrie · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

fragile??? carzy, that means look inside and steal for those mother fuckers!

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kght222 · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

private/incognito browsing doesn't work. it is location based not individual based. if you use a vpn you CAN get some better deals by pretending to be from a country you are not from, but it is so few and far between and such a pain in the ass to find and check on that it just isn't worth the 10% potential savings. but i still reccomend trying it, lots of free vpns around.

kght222 · May 14, 2019 at 5:15 pm

scanned documents are generally unusable at customs gates, very VERY bad advice, have your paper ready to go if you want to get through quickly.

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